Welcome to The Truest You
Welcome! I’m so pleased you’re here. I have some questions that I’d love to ask you…
Welcome. I’m so pleased you’re here.
I’m Bridget Murphy. A Certified Holistic Health Coach, teacher and lover of the small things in life.
I have some questions that I'd like to ask you...
Would you like a clear starting point so you can begin to take action and shift from where you are to where you’d like to be?
Have you got little time to yourself after surviving the ins and outs of daily life?
Do you feel like you’re doing everything right but not seeing change?
Are you holding onto beliefs and habits that no longer serve you?
Have you forgotten how good your body and mind are designed to feel?
Did you answer ‘yes’ to all or most of these?
I know I did for a long time. I didn’t take action and as a result, I lost touch with my authentic self. I kept resisting change and pushed myself until I basically couldn’t function.
Let me support you to get started and make lasting change.
An insight into some of the reasons why I switched from teaching to creating and running my own business, The Truest You.
These tools will help to shine light on what is and isn’t working well in your day-to-day life.
If you want to make some changes but can’t quite find the time, pop 5 minutes aside to read through this list of simple ways that you can improve your wellbeing. The best part? The things I suggest don’t cost a thing!
Whether you struggle to get to sleep, can’t stay asleep, wake up feeling unrefreshed or are exhausted all the time you’ll want to read this. These tips can help to improve the quality of your sleep so you wake up feeling ready to face the day.
Casey-Lee is a Brisbane based nutritionist, naturopath, recipe creator, Mum and founder of Live Love Nourish. She shares her go-to meals, what’s always in her fridge, what health means to her and three delicious, easy recipes for us to enjoy!
Enjoy Sarah Holloway’s honest insight into what anxiety can feel like, how it impacts her life and what she finds helpful when it comes to managing it.
For anyone who has met Sarah, follows her on social media, listens to her podcast or has heard her speak at events- you’ll know that she’s a kind-hearted, down-to-earth, fun-loving, pun-adoring person. Her smile is infectious and her outlook on life is refreshing. Sarah has so much knowledge and wisdom to share and her life philosophy is ‘seize the yay’. She’s a former lawyer turned funtreprenuer, a self-confessed rambler, used to think ponies were baby horses and like many, takes her phone to the toilet when she doesn’t want to break her focus!
If you’d like to relieve stress and anxiety, calm your nervous system, be more mindful, prioritise yourself or get a fresh perspective on things, then give these mindfulness and self-care tips a try! They don’t cost a thing and can be done almost anywhere, any time.
This is a very real summary of my experience with anxiety. I hope that it starts many conversations and helps others to feel understood and supported. Whether you’re a constant worrier, experience anxiety, know someone who is battling mental illness or simply want to know more about what it feels like, what some triggers can be and how you can manage it, then take some time to have a read.
In this slightly science-y interview, Clinical Nutritionist, Katherine Hay chats all about the gut-brain connection and why it’s so important to address any gut issues. The gut is called our second brain for a reason and you’ll see why as you read more!